Strategy Guide PSX

              The one and only unofficial FAQ on the networld!
                   written and compiled by Steven Stingray
                            [email protected]
                       Version 1.1 - July 23rd 1998
                    Copyright (c) SuperStressSoftware



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  Table Of Contents:
     Revision History
     Game Overview
     The Need For FAQ
        What's For ?
        Help Needed!
     Playing Your Game
        Starting New Game
        Controller Function
     Guide To Newbies
        Learning The Basic
        Team Management
        Practicing
     Formation Evaluation
     Strategy Explanation
     Complete Team Information and Evaluation
        Europe Zone
        Africa Zone
        North/Central America Inc. Caribbean Zone
        South America Zone
        Asia/Oceania Zone
     Winning Strategy
        General Strategy
        Tips and Tricks
     Secret Codes
     GameShark and Pro Action Replay Codes
     Credits / Disclaimer


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   Revision History  
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  Version 1.1 (7/23/98)
    - Added some new strategies
    - Revised some information and misspelled words

  Version 1.0 (7/19/98)
    - Initial release.
      Featuring: Team Information and Formation evaluation
                 Tips and strategies for better playing
                 Guide to newbies
                 and other miscelannous info


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   Game Overview  
         ---

     Winning Eleven 3 World Cup France '98, an outstanding soccer game
   published by Konami Sports,  is far the best soccer game which fea-
   turing a smooth graphics and gameplay, better AI for goalie and the
   oppenents, the realistic level beats all other soccer game, IMHO,
   and lots more that even a whole book can't describe it!
     This game itself, looks like more an enhanced version of Konami's
   recent games Goal Storm and a world series revised of J-League WE3.
   You're able to select your favourite team among the 32-qualified team
   in the World Cup 1998, and even some other 8 good teams. Play in the
   real World Cup, selfmade tournament, international league, or just in
   a friendship exhibition. After all, it's your choice, it's your game..
     Winning Eleven 3 is the only soccer simulation which will take you
   to hours and hours addiction of gameplay. You'll never believed it
   until you take a good seat and play it on!


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   The Need For FAQ  
            ---

    What's For ? 
     You just thought that this is just a simple and ordinary soccer game
   and a guide like this is only wasting time ?  Then you're completely
   wrong! Action soccer game is totally different from football manager
   game, which if you've chose a best team, then you're about to grab the
   Number One trophy. Action soccer game is where you should manage your
   team formation very well and careful, deploy proper players, and move
   your players around by YOURSELF to get some goals.
     This FAQ will help you play this game better by revealing each team's
   valuable information and evaluation, along with the general strategies,
   complete info about inside-game, formation and strategy evaluation, and
   other cool stuff that you should read before continue playing this great
   game! After all.. no further words, just play it!

    Help Needed! 
     If you have any must-have submissions such as new ideas, comments,
   cool strategies, other valuable team information, FAQ revision, or some
   thank-you words, miscelannous info and everything related to WE3 then
   feel free to drop me an e-mail at [email protected]
     I wish that somebody could make a complete list of players in each
   team along with their information (skill and foot). This would help me
   so much to evaluate each team accurately.
     If you're able to give me more detailed info on every aspect of the
   game, then mail me, or maybe you have any team evaluation, formation
   and strategies, please let me know!
     I will try to keep this FAQ updated, and *surely* it helps me out a
   lot if I can get a lot of hands to help this FAQ frequently updated!


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   Playing Your Game  
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   Starting New Game 
     After finished loading, you'll see seven different options to choose
   from. Luckily, it's an English, so you don't have to guess and guess
   just like what we did in the J-League Winning Eleven year ago. Okay,
   the startup menu to choose are:
     Exhibition Mode
        Where you'll only play a friendship game, here you'll able to play
      alone against the computer, or co-operate with friends/computer to
      play against the computer. You will also able to set up the ingame
      environment by selecting the Weather Condition, Difficulty Level,
      Match Time, Home/Away system, and Stadium. This is a good choice for
      beginners to get himself familiar with the game.

     League Mode
        Where you'll compete against 15 international teams. You'll have a
      chance to select whether you'll play a half competition (15 times) or
      a full competition (Home-Away system, 30 times). This game will also
      featuring the league-table, top-scorers, and line-graphic evaluation
      for all participating team. This is a good choice for those who like
      a long competition.

     Cup Mode
        Where you'll compete in a real World Cup 1998, selfmade tournament,
      or zonal tournament. The option is Japanese, so here's the option:
        World Cup 1998     You'll play in a world-cup, and can only choose
                           among the 32 qualified team.
        Free Tournament    You'll play in a selfmade tournament. You can
                           decide how many team will participate! The game
                           offers 3-16 participant from all zone.
        Europe Zone        You'll play against the European team
        Africa Zone        You'll play against the African team
        N/C America Zone   You'll play against the North/Central American
                           team along with the Caribbean team
        South America Zone You'll play against the South American team
        Asia/Oceania Zone  You'll play against Asian and Oceanian team
      This mode is shorter than the league mode. A good option for those
      who hates playing a too-long type of competition.

     All Star Match
        Where you're about to take the most precious challenge in football
      You'll play whether for the Europe side (Italy,France,Germany,etc.)
      or for the Rest of the World side (Brazil,Argentina,Nigeria,etc.)

     P.K Mode (Penalty Kick Challenge)
        Where you'll challenged to a penalty kick shoot-out. Choose from
      all 40 available teams. Play against friend, CPU, or co-operate with
      CPU against CPU.

     Training Mode
        Where you'll try to be familiar with the game, the whole game, and
      all its environemnt, getting used to the controller function, and of
      course, practicing your shooting, passing, dribbling, ball control,
      and anything. Inside, you're able to choose from 3 option:
        Free Training         Running around, kicking and dribbling, do
                              everything as you like
        Free Kick Training    Place the ball in the desired position to
                              practice free kick, volley kick, and heading
        Corner Kick Training  The ball placed in the corner area to prac-
                              tice corner kick along with the volley kick
                              and heading
      This is a good choice for beginners/newbies, actually.
     
     Game Options
        Where you'll able to set everything up!
          Memory Card
             You can manage your saved data here whether you want to edit
            a saved file's configuration (difficulty level,time match,etc)
            or erase it.
          Name Edit
             You can change every player's name of every team here, but
            too bad it's in Japan. Do you know how to spell 'Ronaldo' in
            Japan ? Well, if you do, why don't you try it here ? :)
          Controller Configuration
             You can change the controller's configuration, but for me,
            the default configuration is more than enough for your comfor-
            table. Unless you're already familiar with EA's World Cup 98,
            then configure everything here. The description is in Japan,
            so it maybe better if you refer to the 'Controller Function'
            first for a clear explanation on each control button.
          Sound Configuration
             Here you'll find several options regarding the configuration
            of the game's sound. You may turn on/off the sound effect,
            music, and commentary. You can also turn on/off the real con-
            dition sound (supporter's screaming and yelling, drum sound,
            etc.). Choose between Stereo and Mono in Audio system and
            select the commentary's language (Japanese/English).
          Screen Alignment
             You can aligned the game screen here. 
          Wide-screen TV Set-up
             Choose to turn on or off the wide-screen TV support here.
       
   Controller Function 
     I will try to describe the function of each button on PSX controller
   Each button has a difference functions depending whether you're inside
   game attacking, defending, throw-in, or you're in the menu-selection.
     I've put a notation on each button to make it easier to explain the
   'Winning Strategy' section below. For example, Square is [], Triangle
   is T, and so on.
     Please noticed the energy bar while shooting or long-passing while
   you're inside the game. It's determined the shot height and power. Any
   body could give a better explanation on this ? I found out that if you
   shoot with a max-energy while near the goalie, you'll skies the ball
   but if you shoot it in a 10-15 metres with a max-energy, you'll get a
   supershot. Calculate it yourself, and you'll know when and how to use
   the energy-bar control.
     The default settings of the PSX controller are:
       Control Pad (Left (L),Right (R),Up (U),Down (D))                      
          Menu Selection   - Scroll and highlight the menu (Up and Down)
                             Toggle option (Left and Right)
          Attacking        - Dribbling ball
          Defending        - Moving around in eight directions
          Throw In         - Targeting the desired-directions (in 180)
          Corner/Free Kick - Targeting the desired-directions (in 180)
       Start button (Start)
          Menu Selection   - Return to the team-management menu
          Attacking        - Bring up the team-management menu
          Defending        - Bring up the team-management menu
          Throw in         - Bring up the team-management menu
          Corner/Free Kick - Bring up the team-management menu
       Select button (Select)
          Team Management  - Bring up the Strategy menu 
          Attacking        - Toggle Attacking/Normal/Defending strategy
          Defending        - Toggle Attacking/Normal/Defending strategy
          Throw in         - Toggle Attacking/Normal/Defending strategy
          Corner/Free Kick - Toggle Attacking/Normal/Defending strategy
       X button (X)
          Menu Selection   - Cancel/Return to previous menu
          Attacking        - Passing
          Defending        - Block tackle
          Throw in         - Short throw
          Corner/Free Kick - Short pass
       Circle button (O)
          Menu Selection   - Confirm
          Attacking        - Lob
          Defending        - Slide tackle/Clear upfield
          Throw in         - Long throw
          Corner/Free Kick - Long/High pass
       Square button ([])
          Team Management  - Toggle Line/Sweeper/Libero formation
          Attacking        - Shoot towards goal 
          Defending        - Not used
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Straight shoot to the centre of penalty area
       Triangle button (T)
          Team Management  - Toggle Cursor Change (Auto/Manual)
          Attacking        - Through pass
          Defending        - Not used
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Not used
       Right-One (R1)
          Team Management  - Select formation
          Attacking        - Speed burst
          Defending        - Speed burst
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Not used
       Left-One (L1)
          Team Management  - Select formation
          Attacking        - Hold and press X to perform a one-two pass
          Defending        - Change players
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Not used
       Right-Two (R2)
          Menu Selection   - Not used
          Attacking        - Activate the selected R2 strategy 
          Defending        - Activate the selected R2 strategy 
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Not used
       Left-Two (L2)
          Menu Selection   - Not used
          Attacking        - Activate the selected L2 strategy 
          Defending        - Activate the selected L2 strategy 
          Throw in         - Not used
          Corner/Free Kick - Not used
     All this button described above are a default setting. Please asso-
   ciate yourself with your own key-configuration referring to this ex-
   planation.


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   Guide To Newbies  
            ---

     This game is quite easy to understand, in my opinion, but yeah..
   it's hard to mastered it easily, especially if you're on the Very Hard
   level. But after all, let's stop bulling some shit around, I'll give
   you a short explanation on how to learn the basic and strategy.

   Learning The Basic 
     After reading and understanding each button functions, then it's time
   the right time to try some playing. Go to Training Mode first to get
   yourself used to the game. You're now in Free Training, just dribble
   around to be familiar with the game speed, player's movement, and so on.
   Passing around, lob the ball, try the one-two pass, through pass, try
   to volley the lobbed ball, heading, and please noticed that this game
   also offers a one-touch pass. Try this by passing to your friend and
   quickly tap 'X' for the one-touch pass.
     You may also try the free kick from the desired-position and corner
   kick, by press 'Start' and choose the second option, and choose the
   second option again for free kick training and the bottom option for
   corner kick training.

   Team Management 
     You may bring up the team-management menu during playing. Pressing
   Start will activate the menu. Inside the team-management is where you
   can manage all things for your team. You may highlight each player's
   name and press O to subs it with another player.
     Each player's condition is referred to a funny symbol beside their
   name. Its color explained their current condition. Gray means they're
   really exhausted and in a very-low morale, blue means they are tired
   and below-average stamina, yellow means they are in a good condition,
   orange means they're completely refreshed and high morale, and the
   reddish orange means they're 100% fit and in their maximum capacity.
     Each team contains 11 starting players and 7 bench players which
   can be subs in anytime during the game, but limit to 3 players subs
   each game. Noticed their position so you won't misplace them!
   FW is a forward player/striker, they'll handle the attacking
   MF is a midfield player, they'll distribute the ball to the Forward
   DF is a defensive player, they'll take care all things behind
   GK is a goalkeeper, he'll try to keep your goal safe
     Every player has his own characteristic and ability. You're able
   to view a player's information by highlighting his name.
   Stamina - the higher this point, the slower he'll get tired
   Speed   - determined the pace and acceleration of a player
   Kick    - determined player's shooting accuracy and power
   Pass    - determined player's passing accuracy
   Curve   - determined player's ability to curve a corner or free kick
   Jump    - ability to heading and avoid slide-tackling
   You may also want to consider the player's Left Foot or Right Foot in
   order to placed them in your formation. Player's with Left Foot should
   be very good to be placed on left side, while the right should be on
   the right one.
     To select a formation, scroll through the available formation by
   pressing R1 or L1. For further explanation on formation, please re-
   fer to 'Formation Evaluation' section below. You're able to switch
   between Line formation and Sweeper/Libero formation. Press [] to do
   this! Line formation is a straight line of defenders while Sweeper
   or Libero formation placed a last defender behind.
     To select strategies to be activated by L2/R2, press Select and
   a menu will be brought up. Scroll through 8 different strategies,
   and press L2 or R2 to select. For further information on strategy,
   please refer to 'Strategy Explanation' section below.
     After setting up what you want for your team, then press Start or
   X to return to the menu and start playing!

   Practicing 
     If you think you're ready for the real game, then quit the Training
   Mode and select Exhibition Mode first. Whether you want to choose the
   time period, stadium, or weather condition, it's not a problem, cause
   actually, what you really want to do here, is practicing your playing
     After selecting the desired team and CPU's team, you're inside the
   game! (finally :). Try to practice what you did in the training mode.
   Passing around, find a hole and do the through pass, or lob a ball
   for a heading-goal.
     Since this is your first time, try Level 1 first since it's the
   easiest one. If you're able to defeat the opponent with a wide-score
   range (6-0 is okay), then try to move to Level 2. This is still easy,
   I guess you could make it quickly. Then try the Level 3, this is a
   normal mode. Opponent is slightly harder than at Level 2, if you're
   having trouble to score, please read the 'Winning Strategy' section
   below for some fun tips and tricks. Level 4 and 5 is for professional
   players where you should use the real strategy and formation to beat
   the opponent, they're really tough I must said! Don't bother trying
   this level if you're still beginners though :)


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   Formation Evaluation  
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     Formation is no doubt is a vital strategy for a team to success
   beating his opponent. Using a good formation, as well as strategy,
   provide your players for a better form, and might be getting some
   goals. Here, I'll try to explain each formation briefly, along with
   its advantage and disadvantage.

   4-4-2 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, two
                        defensive midfielders, two attacking mid-
                          fielders and two forward.
                        
                          This formation is focused on wing attack as 
                        it's freed some space on the centre. Using
      Ŀ   long ball and short pass tactics is a good 
                    choice. Too bad it's hard to defend your cen-
         Ŀ      tral midfield if opponent do a central attack.
                     
    

   4-4-2 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, one
                        defensive midfielder, one midfielder, two    
                          attacking midfielders, and two forwards.
                        
                         This formation seems based on central attack,
                          more likely to control the midfield area and
      Ŀ   distribute ball to the front. Opponent's wing
                    attack should be anticipated as it's quite
         Ŀ      hard to defend if they're succesfully reached
                     your defense area.
     

   4-4-2 C 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, one
                        defensive midfielders, two midfielders, one 
                          support striker, and two forwards.
                         
                          Based on central attack, it provides a single
                        midfielder as a support striker, distributing
                          ball from the midfield to the forward.
      Ŀ   Similar to 4-4-2B, wing attack is dangerous
                    for this type of formation.
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   4-4-2 D 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, two
                        defensive midfielders, one midfielder, one 
                          support striker, and two forwards.
                         
                          This is a defensive formation where there're
                         more two defensive players occupied the area
                        behind. Unlike 4-4-2B, wing attack can be
      Ŀ   handled easily, but watch out for opponent's
                    short passing and through passing from either
         Ŀ      left or right side.
                     
     

   4-3-3 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, one
                       midfielder, two attacking midfielders, and 
                          three forwards.
                        
                          This is an attacking formation where the two
                         attacking midfielders, supported by an anchor
      Ŀ   is distributing the ball to the three forwards
                    This formation is likely to perform a short 
         Ŀ      pass and through pass. Long ball or left wing
                     attack should be able to match this formation.
     

   4-3-3 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, two
                       midfielder, one support striker, and three for
                          wards.
                         
                          This is a balanced formation where the two mid
                        fielders act as supporter to the sup. striker
      Ŀ   and also helping the defense. While there're
                    three forward to do the attack with a supply
         Ŀ      of ball from the support striker. If you can 
                     defeat the two midfielder, then through pass
     will do something to them.

   3-4-3 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, two
                       midfielders, two attacking midfielders, and 
                          three forwards.
                        
                          This is an attacking formation where there are
                        four midfielder supporting the three forward
      Ŀ   and only left 3 defenders behind. This for-
                     mation is good if you have a high speed and
         Ŀ      technique players. Central attack is a good
                     option to match this formation.
     

   3-4-3 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, two defenders, one
                       anchor, one midfielder, three attacking mid-
                          fielders, and three forwards.
                        
                         This is an all out attack formation where put-
                          ting an anchor instead of sweeper, supporting
                         the five midfielders to attack with the three
                          forwards to the front. Left wing attack is the
      Ŀ   best option to beat them. 
                      
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   3-4-3 C 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, two defenders, one
                       anchor, two midfielders, one support striker,
                          and three forwards.
                         
                          This formation is rather defensive than the
                        other 3-4-3 type. Placing a diamond formation
                          in the middle to anticipate either wing or 
      Ŀ   central attack. Try passing strategy to match
                      this formation instead of long ball.
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   3-4-3 D 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, two
                       defensive midfielders, one midfielder, one
                          support striker, and three forwards.
                         
                          This is a defensive type of 3-4-3. Forming a
                         pyramid formation behind to control the wing
                        and central area. Support striker will supply
      Ŀ   the ball from behind to the forward for a 
                     counter attack. Left wing attack with a long
         Ŀ      ball passing will be a great effort.
                     
     

   3-5-2 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, two
                        midfielders, three attacking midfielders, and
                          two forward.
                       
                          This is a normal formation where there're five
                        midfielders to attack and defense. Recommended
                          for team who has an excellent midfielder. This
      Ŀ   typical formation will help the two strikers
                     produce a goal while attacking.
         Ŀ      Either long ball or through-pass still works
                     for this formation.
     

   3-5-2 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, one
                        defensive midfielder, two midfielders, two
                          attacking midfielders, and two forwards.
                        
                          This formation is based on wing attack. Leave
                        more space in the centre with only controlled
                          by a defensive midfielder, this formation can
                         be anticipated using central-based formation.
      Ŀ   
                     
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   3-5-2 C 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, one
                        defensive midfielder, three midfielder, one
                          support striker, and two forwards.
                         
                          This is a balanced-formation where there're
                       three midfielders to support the attack and to
                          help the four defensive players to defend.
                         Wing attack should be good to deal with this 
      Ŀ   type of formation.
                     
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   4-5-1 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, two
                         defensive midfielders, two midfielders, one
                          support striker, and one forward.
                         
                        This is a defensive formation where there's 
                          only one forward in the front and forming a
                        V formation to help the defense.This formation
      Ŀ   is likely to perform a wing-attack so it's
                    good if you can bomb their defense from the
         Ŀ      centre.
                     
     

   4-5-1 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, one
                         defensive midfielder, two midfielders, two
                          support strikers, and one forward.
                        
                          This is rather offensive than the 'A' type.
                        Forming a pyramid formation, there're more
                         attacking midfielders to support a single
      Ŀ   striker in the front to concentrate a central 
                    based attack. 
         Ŀ      Wing attack and lob-passing should be good to
                     match them.
     

   4-5-1 C 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, four defenders, two
                         defensive midfielder, one midfielder, two
                          attacking midfielder, and one forward.
                        
                          This is a balanced-formation where there're
                         enough players behind to keep the goal safe 
                        and a diamond formation in the middle to 
      Ŀ   attack. Central attack and wing attack can
                    be anticipated using this formation, so try
         Ŀ      to do a long-ball passing or a through pass
                     instead.
     

   3-6-1 A 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, two
                         defensive midfielder, three midfielders, one
                          one support striker, and one forward.
                         
                          This is a defensive formation where there're
                       five midfielders forming a reversed-arrow
                          formation with the two attackers. This for-
                        mation is really good to anticipate either
      Ŀ   wing attack or central attack, so short pass
                     and through pass should be your last effort.
         Ŀ      
                     
     

   3-6-1 B 

    Ĵ Consists of goalkeeper, three defenders, one
                         defensive midfielder, three attacking mid-
                          fielders, two supp. strikers, and one forward
                        
                          This is a reversed-formation of the 'A' type.
                       Forming an arrow formation, they're likely to
                          take offensive from the central side.
                         Concentrate your attack from the wing side and
      Ŀ   perform a lob-passing or through passing since
                     there're only three left behind, should be not
         Ŀ      a big problem if you can take out their mid-
                     fielders.
     


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   Strategy Explanation  
                ---

     You could change your strategy anytime during playing, by activating
   the team-management menu and press 'Select'. This game provides eight
   different strategy, and I'll try to explained each briefly to you.

   Normal               This strategy will do a normal playing. Attacking
                        and defending as usual, from left, central, and
                        right side. Or in other words, this is a common
                        strategy for football team.
   Centre Attack        This strategy will focused on central attack.
                        Your midfielder will control the central area and
                        do a short-pass to the front.
   Right Side Attack    This strategy will focused on right wing attack.
                        Your midfielder will run up from the right side,
                        and try to attempt a long ball passing to the
                        centre.
   Left Side Attack     This strategy is similar to Right Side Attack, but
                        it's from the left wing/side.
   CB Overlap           This strategy is a sudden-attacking system. Your
                        centre back will sprint toward and catched off
                        guard to received a pass for a goal.This strategy
                        is quite dangerous, since if the opponent have a
                        chance to do a counter attack, you have lost a
                        defender on the back.
   Zone Press           This strategy will make your 2 or 3 defenders
                        double-teamed and intercept opponent's forward.
                        This strategy is quite effective if your opponent
                        has a high speed player and a very good individual
                        technique.
   Counter Attack       This strategy will try to intercept the opponent's
                        attack, and quickly attempt a longpass or through
                        pass toward since almost all opponent's defenders
                        are supporting the attack. This strategy will only
                        effective if your opponent using a total offensive
                        formation or attacking formation/strategy.
   Offside Trap         This strategy will traps your opponent offside by
                        moving all defenders slightly to the front while
                        opponent do a longball pass or through pass. This
                        strategy is extremely dangerous, especially for
                        team with low technique, cause if your opponent's
                        succesfully catched off guard, it's almost 80%
                        goal.


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   Complete Team Information and Evaluation  
                                    ---

     All teams' information were taken from the game itself. I've listed
   every teams in each zone in an alphabetically sorted-order. The team
   evaluation is *just* my opinion and written by me, myself! So if you
   have a different view/opinion, please write me, I'll check 'em out
     Team's characteristics are:
       Power       Covering stamina, strength, and shot power
       Speed       Covering pace and acceleration     
       Technique   Covering ball control, accuracy, and dribbling
       Offense     Covering attacking system
       Defense     Covering defending system
     Phew, okay.. that's it! Let's get started with it...

   EUROPE ZONE 

    AUSTRIA
     Formation: 3-5-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Left Side Attack

     Power     ----   Average
     Speed     -----   Low      
     Technique ----   Average  
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Austria is an average-skill team. They're not good in
                 offense, defense, and technique, but they do have a good
                 goalkeeper. It's rather easy to match their playing with
                 any strategy, as long as you keep an eye on their mid-
                 fielder supplying ball to their striker.

    BELGIUM
     Formation: 4-4-2C
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average
     Speed     ---   Good
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Belgium is a good offensive team but unfortunately lack
                 of defense. They normally attack using counter attack
                 and normal offense. Through pass still works as well as
                 long-ball and short-passing for them.

    BULGARIA
     Formation: 4-4-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     ---   Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ---   Good

     Evaluation: Bulgaria is averagely good. They have a good pace and
                 technique players. They normally attack from the middle
                 and supply the ball to the front either from centre or
                 right side. Through pass works good for them.

    CROATIA
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Left Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique -   Very Good
     Offense      Excellent
     Defense   ---   Good

     Evaluation: Croatia is one of the best attacking team in Europe.
                 They also have a solid midfielder with a high speed and
                 powerful shot. Focusing on the midfield either left or
                 central, they're extremely dangerous.
                 As usual, make a through pass and get some goals.

    DENMARK
     Formation: 4-4-2C Sweeper
     Strategy : Normal and Left Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ---   Good     

     Evaluation: Denmark is averagely good in everything. They normally
                 attack from the left side, either attempt a short-pass
                 or a long-pass. Using through-pass is not a good idea
                 as they have a last defender to sweep the ball away.
                 Try to concentrate on wing attack to provide a great
                 chance for your forward to do a heading-goal.

    ENGLAND
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Right Side Attack and Counter Attack

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense      Excellent
     Defense   --   Very Good

     Evaluation: England is an excellent offensive team. They're focusing
                 their attack using high-and-long passing, since they do
                 have a solid midfielder and good defenders.
                 Using Offside Trap might be work for them as well as you
                 are able to do some passing and through pass.

    FRANCE
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed        Excellent
     Technique -   Very Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense      Excellent

     Evaluation: France's players are unbeatable in acceleration and
                 defense. They're also have a good passer midfielder.
                 Beware of their right wing attack as their attacker
                 is extremely fast even not that sharp.
                 Using Counter Attack with normal formation should do
                 something to them.

    GERMANY
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique    Excellent
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense      Excellent

     Evaluation: Germany has an excellent technique and defense. They've
                 high speed players and good midfielder, they're usually
                 concentrate on central midfield to control and distribute
                 ball to the front. Watch out for lob-passing, they have a
                 good heading-skill striker!       

    GREECE
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     ------   Very Low 
     Technique -----   Low      
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   ------   Very Low

     Evaluation: Greece has the worst rating among all European team. They
                 are really slow, lack of defense, and bad technique. Any
                 strategies, especially sprinting will defeat their defen-
                 der. Just keep an eye on their counter-attack, you will
                 surely beat them.

    HOLLAND/NETHERLAND
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed        Excellent
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Holland is no doubt a very tough team. They have a solid
                 offense and defense along with a very good pace players.
                 Using normal attack, they also placed a support striker
                 to provide good chances for their frontman.
                 Zone Press might be work as well as the old-fashioned
                 through pass :)

    IRELAND
     Formation: 4-4-2A
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     ----   Average  
     Technique ----   Average  
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Ireland is an average-skill team, slightly better than
                 Greece. They don't have a good offense and defense. Not
                 much to say, through pass is works best for them.

    ITALY
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed        Excellent
     Technique -   Very Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Italy is one of the best teams in the world with a high
                 high technique, extremely fast, and have an excellent
                 defense system. Focusing on right side attack as well as
                 central attack, your defender should be really aware to
                 prevent a goal. Try to use Counter Attack and through
                 pass to beat them (but, not that easy!).

    NORTH IRELAND
     Formation: 4-5-1A Sweeper
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     -----   Low      
     Technique ----   Average  
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: North Ireland is just the same as Ireland but slightly
                 slower. They rather take defense position and depend on
                 a counter attack. Again, thru pass works best for them.

    NORWAY
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     ---   Good     
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Norway is good in attacking as they have both high speed
                 and technique players. Unfortunately, they seem to have
                 a lack defense system, making you easier to get goals.
                 Their attack similar to Holland's, so try using the same
                 strategy, but this should be a lot easier since they're
                 defense is not very good.

    PORTUGAL
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Left Side Attack

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed     ---   Good
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Portugal is an impressive team with a high defense rating
                 strong shooting, good speed and technique providing them
                 a best offense. Normally attack from the middle or left,
                 they're quite dangerous. Using wing attack with a long
                 passing is a good idea to match them.

    ROMANIA
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     ---   Good     
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ---   Good

     Evaluation: Romania has high speed players and their offense is
                 very good. Usually attacked from right wing, giving
                 their striker a good chance for a heading goal.
                 Try to pass around, and look for a chance to do a
                 through pass, your forward should be to get a goal.

    SCOTLAND
     Formation: 4-4-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Left Side Attack

     Power     ---   Good
     Speed     ---   Good
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Scotland is good in defense and offense, and average in
                 power, speed, and technique. Almost any strategy will
                 works best for them, just watch their wing attack or
                 counter attack.

    SPAIN
     Formation: 4-4-2B Line
     Strategy : Right Side Attack and Left Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense      Excellent

     Evaluation: Spain is extremely very hard to beat. Not only have a
                 good defender, they also have a great winger which is
                 fast and accurately passing the ball to their striker.
                 Zone Press is good to anticipate their attack.

    SWEDEN
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ---   Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   ----   Average  

     Evaluation: Sweden has a good offense and technique, as well as good
                 pace. They usually wait for your attack and try to steal
                 the ball for a counter attack as their striker is ready
                 to do some sprint to catch it.
                 Luckily, their defense is not good, you should be able to
                 try a through-pass or wing-attack.

    TURKEY
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ---   Good
     Speed     -----   Low
     Technique ---   Good     
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   -----   Low

     Evaluation: Turkey is rather good in offense while worse in defense.
                 They have a quite slow player and average technique. You
                 should be able to beat them using an offensive formation
                 along with the through pass and long ball strategy.

    WALES
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average
     Speed     ----   Average
     Technique ---   Good     
     Offense   ---   Good
     Defense   -----   Low 

     Evaluation: Wales is quite good in technique and offense but lack of
                 defense. They have several good midfielder to support a
                 ball for their striker. Unfortunately, Wales' forwards
                 doesn't have a strong shoot and rather slow. You could
                 match them with an attacking formation and thru-pass. 

    YUGOSLAVIA
     Formation: 4-5-1A Sweeper
     Strategy : Right Side Attack and Left Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique    Excellent
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   --   Very Good

     Evaluation: Yugoslavia has an excellent technique. They're usually
                 used a defensive formation with only placing one front
                 man and a support striker. They also prepared a sweeper
                 for the last man behind. Through pass is ineffective IMHO
                 Instead of using short pass, try long-ball or direct shot


   AFRICA ZONE 

    CAMEROON
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ----   Average  

     Evaluation: Cameroon is the only African that can match Nigeria, only
                 lack of defense. High speed players with an excellent
                 technique making them very dangerous while attacking. Be-
                 ware their counter attack and accurate passing as their
                 striker is also has a strong shot and fast! No other way
                 than thru-pass and long-ball to match their playing.

    MOROCCO
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation:  Morocco is one of the excellent African team with a high
                  offense, pace, defense, and individual skill. They only
                  don't have a strong shoot, but their forward extremely
                  dangerous while in the front. Try using through pass or
                  long ball for them. 

    NIGERIA
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed        Excellent
     Technique -   Very Good
     Offense      Excellent 
     Defense   --   Very Good

     Evaluation: Nigeria is the best African team, and even beat the other
                 European and American team. They have an excellent speed,
                 high-rating technique and defense. With a solid offense,
                 they're normally attacking from the middle or right side.
                 Seems thru-pass is still the best to play with.

    SOUTH AFRICA
     Formation: 3-5-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Centre Attack

     Power     ---   Good     
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ---   Good

     Evaluation: South Africa is good in everything. Normally attack from
                 the central side, with a solid midfielder, they provide
                 their striker a good chance to get goal. Try long ball
                 passing and thru-pass to match them.

    TUNISIA
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -----   Low      
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   -----   Low      

     Evaluation: Tunisia seemed to have a very good technique and offense,
                 but too bad they don't know how to handle the behind.
                 Long ball passing or short-pass do them apart. Watch out
                 for their counter attack as they have a speedy striker to
                 kick your goalie out.


   North/Central America Inc. Caribbean Zone 

    JAMAICA
     Formation: 3-5-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     ---   Good
     Technique ------   Very Low 
     Offense   -----   Low
     Defense   -----   Low

     Evaluation: Jamaica is the worst team in this zone. Very low in tech
                 and lack of offense and defense.Any strategies works best
                 for them. 

    MEXICO
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -----   Low      
     Speed     --   Very Good
     Technique --   Very Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ----   Average  

     Evaluation: Mexico is extremely good in offensive in this zone. With
                 a high speed player and really dangerous if catched off-
                 guard. Luckily they don't have a good defense making it
                 easier to do a pass for a goal.

    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     -----   Low      
     Technique ----   Average  
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   ---   Good     

     Evaluation: U.S is not good in football :) They're slow and slightly
                 better than Jamaica. They don't have a good striker as
                 well as good midfielder. It's not a big problem to beat
                 them. Use any strategies is work, but still.. thru-pass
                 is the best!


   South America Zone 

    ARGENTINA
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Zone Press and Offside Trap

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     -   Very Good
     Technique    Excellent
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Argentina is the best team in the zone after Brazil. They
                 have a great technique, balanced offense and defense, and
                 also have a speedy players. They're hard to beat with a
                 long ball passing since Offside Trap's able to anticipate
                 it and also individual running since Zone Press will do
                 it apart. Try through pass and wing attack for them.

    BRAZIL
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Left Side Attack and Zone Press

     Power     -   Very Good
     Speed        Excellent
     Technique    Excellent
     Offense      Excellent
     Defense   -   Very Good

     Evaluation: Brazil is no doubt the excellent team in the game. They
                 have an excellent players' with an impressive speed, indi
                 vidual skill, and outstanding offense as well as defense.
                 Using attacking formation, they're really something while
                 in the front.Try tackling the ball away or pressing using
                 Zone Press strategy.

    CHILE
     Formation: 4-4-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Centre Attack

     Power     ---   Good     
     Speed     -----   Low      
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   -----   Low

     Evaluation: Chile is a good offensive team, but really bad in defense
                 They're also rather slow and average-rating of technique.
                 Any strategies may beat them, just watch their midfielder
                 pass a good ball from the central area.

    COLOMBIA
     Formation: 4-4-2D Line
     Strategy : Normal and Right Side Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     ---   Good     
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   -   Very Good
     Defense   ---   Good

     Evaluation: Colombia is tremendous in offense and quite good for the
                 defense. They usually attack from the right side using
                 long ball passing. Offside Trap might be work well, as
                 well as thru-pass while attacking.
        
    PARAGUAY
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     --   Very Good
     Speed     ---   Good     
     Technique ---   Good
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   --   Very Good

     Evaluation: Paraguay is very similar to Colombia, just that they do
                 have an excellent goalie. It might be tough to beat them
                 easily since they also have a good defense. Try long ball
                 passing to beat their midfielder as well as thru-pass as
                 usual.


   Asia/Oceania Zone 

    AUSTRALIA
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     ----   Average  
     Technique -----   Low      
     Offense   -----   Low
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Australia is an adequated-skill team. They seemed to
                 depend on the counter attack for offense. With a support
                 striker in the front, they might be dangerous if you let
                 them do a through pass. Long ball should be works here!

    IRAN
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     ----   Average  
     Speed     ----   Average  
     Technique ----   Average  
     Offense   --   Very Good
     Defense   ------   Very Low

     Evaluation: Iran is the best offensive team in this zone. Focusing
                 on the midfield to support the attack, they do have a
                 great offense with an average technique. Luckily, they're
                 also bad in defense, so it won't be a big problem to take
                 them out. Through-pass still the best! :)

    JAPAN
     Formation: 4-4-2C Line
     Strategy : Left Side Attack and Zone Press

     Power     ------   Very Low 
     Speed     -----   Low      
     Technique ----   Average
     Offense   -----   Low      
     Defense   ----   Average  

     Evaluation: Japan is a slow and weak team. They only have adequate
                 technique, low offense, and average defense making them
                 easy to beat, especially if you're using European or
                 American team with a high-rating of speed and offense.
                 Use any strategy for them, but thru-pass should works!

    KOREA
     Formation: 3-5-2B Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -----   Low
     Speed     ----   Average  
     Technique -----   Low
     Offense   ----   Average  
     Defense   -----   Low

     Evaluation: Korea isn't more than Japan, they're only slightly faster
                 and stronger, but lack of defense and technique. Using
                 any strategies will work for them.

    SAUDI ARABIA
     Formation: 3-5-2A Line
     Strategy : Normal and Counter Attack

     Power     -----   Low
     Speed     ---   Good     
     Technique -----   Low
     Offense   ------   Very Low 
     Defense   ----   Average

     Evaluation: Saudi Arabia is the fastest team in this zone, but unfor-
                 tunately, they're really worst in defense and power.
                 Long ball and through pass are a great choice to match
                 their playing.


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   Winning Strategy  
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   General Strategies   
   - Check your starting eleven, if possible, named all refreshed players
     first, except if there's one or two vital players that you think can
     not be benched. This is to keep your team in their best form.
   - Study your players' skill and characteristic, and choose which is the
     best formation and strategy for your team. For example, if you have
     some high speed and passing players, try to use 3-5-2B with central
     attack strategy, etc.
   - Player's with left foot is more likely to perform better if placed on
     the left side, vice versa.
   - When attacking, take a look once or two at the radar to track your
     players' position and your opponent's, so you'll be able to do an
     accurate pass or good running without get tackled away.
   - When your opponent's dribbling the ball, try to challenge him with a
     block tackle by pressing 'X' rapidly. By doing this, your players
     will chase him and try to take away the ball. If your player brought
     your opponent down, the referee won't give him any card since it's
     not a dangerous tackle.
   - If possible, AVOID tackling from behind or beside cause the referee
     seems will red-carded your player.
   - Do not use a forward to bring the ball from midfield to the front.
     It's harder to pass since there'll be lots of defenders zone-pressed
     him. Some team usually have a good midfielder.Pass the ball to him
     and let him bring the ball forward to perform a through pass either
     to the left or right side since your forward usually are there.
   - Through pass is rocks! It really works most of the times, but some
     times, it's not that easy to shoot a goal than to pass. If you're on
     a free position offguard, and your opponent's GK try to narrow your
     shoot-angle, instead of shooting, try to lob the ball to the centre
     or short-pass. Your friend usually there to catch the ball and shoot.
   - It's easier to individually dribble and take away a defender while
     NOT speed-bursting (R1)
   - Toggle your attack and defense system by pressing 'Select'.Especially
     if you're still losing a goal, attack them, or if you've won a goal,
     try to defend and counter attack them.
   - While defending, try to avoid any hole that will allow your opponent
     to perform a through pass.Cos if their player is running freely, then
     it's almost 80% goal.

   Tips and Tricks 
     I've divided each tips and tricks into its proper section to make it
   easier to browse and read. If you have some cool and useful tricks,tips
   or any valuable input/revisions, please send it to me. All strategies
   here are based on my experiments on playing this game, I didn't take
   them from any magazines or websites.

    KICK OFF
   - After kick off, pass the ball behind to the midfield, and try to give
     a time for your forward to sprint forward. Passing around is a good
     idea to find a hole to perform a through pass to the forward.
   - Let your forward do a block tackle by pressing 'X' rapidly after your
     opponent has kicked off. He's likely to take the ball away and pass
     it to your midfield quickly to build an attack.

    SPRINTING
   - To take away your defender while sprinting you must timed your move
     ment perfectly. While running, your defender usually will blocked
     your move, at this time, stop running, and turn your direction 90
     away from him, he'll lose a second, and you can keep running with
     a ball.
   - There's a chance to pass your defender by dribbling the ball toward
     the defender. If he's getting close, quickly press Right+R1 or Left+
     R1 to quickly take him away.

    SHOOTING
   - To get a strong shoot, chase a pass (preferably, a through pass),
     and raise your energy bar to 75%, and shoot it! This will avoid a
     skied-ball and you get a very strong shoot.
   - Calculate the energy bar wisely. Always notice your current position,
     usually if you're outside and want to do a direct shoot, a full ener-
     gy-bar will give you a strong and accurate shoot.
   - When you're one-on-one against a goalie, don't just shoot without
     directing your shoot-angle as the goalie will tip it away or catch it
     Try pressing D+L+[] to shoot at the left corner or D+R+[] to shoot at
     the right corner.

    PASSING
   - You can perform a short-and-low cross, by pressing O, depending on
     your striker's position, calculate the energy bar and release it.
     Hopefully, your forward will quickly running toward the goal, get
     the passed-ball, and get a goal.
   - Through pass isn't only useful while you're attacking. It's also
     really useful while you're defending. Sometimes, your angle looks
     impossible to clear the ball as the opposing attacker might steal
     it, then through pass to the other defender, and quickly press O
     to clear the ball.
   - Sometimes, it's harder to attack from the centre as the opponent's
     defender is concentrate on the central defense. Regarding this,
     pass the ball to your left or right wing, usually they'll free to
     do a running, and sky the ball to the centre for a heading.

    THROW-IN
   - Pressing 'X' will throw the ball to your nearest player. Do this and
     quickly through-pass as the thrower will chase it and do the running
     You'll get a chance to get a good lob-passing for a header.

    FREE KICK
   - If you have a chance for a free kick near the penalty area, then it's
     a great chance to get a goal. Angle your shoot-direction and press []
     until the energy bar reached about 75-80% and release it. If you're
     lucky, opponent's GK won't be able to tip it off.
   - If you're free-kicking from the middle, then try long-ball passing to
     the front as one of your forward might have a chance to head-pass the
     ball to the other forward for a shoot.
   - If you're free-kicking from behind, then pass it back to your GK.
     Don't try short-pass as the opponent more likely to steal it from you
     and sprint toward your GK for a shoot.

    CORNER KICK
   - Instead of pressing O for a long ball, press [] for a powerful shot
     to the centre. The ball will go faster and lower giving your striker
     a better chance to do a heading, diving-heading or over-head kick.
   - Long ball tactics usually don't work if you're against tall-players
     team (such as most European country). They'll deflect it away or
     head it away to keep their goal safe. Instead of doin' this, just
     short-pass (X) that corner ball to your nearest friend, and let him
     sprint to the centre, and short-pass again to the striker, and tap  
     [] quickly for a one-touch shoot.

    PENALTY KICK
   - If you've got a penalty kick, then shoot right to the centre cause
     your opponent goalie is likely to jump to the right or left.

    GOALKEEPING
   - By pressing T rapidly, your goalie will try to narrow your opposing
     attacker's shooting-angle, and try to grab the ball away. 


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   Secret Codes  
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  Classic All-Stars
     You're able to play in an exhibition mode with a classic all-stars
   team. This team has an excellent power, speed, technique, offense, and
   defense. To access this, you must highlight the 'Exhibition Mode' in
   the menu-selection, and press Up,Up,Down,Down,Left,Right,Left,Right,
   X,O continously. You'll hear a hand-clapping sound if you did it right.
   Now, press L1+R1 together, and press O to select this team.


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   GameShark and Pro Action Replay Codes  
                                 ---

     I still trying to find a friend who's able to contribute this section
   to me since I don't have any Gameshark or PAR system in my PSX. If you
   know some codes, it'd really great if you could send it to me so I may
   put it in this FAQ. 


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   Credits / Disclaimer  
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